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One to One Advice Sessions in Newcastle with Talent Development, Crafts Council

  • North East, Newcastle
  • crafts, combined arts, interdisciplinary arts, visual arts
  • Talent Development Team makerdev@craftscouncil.org.uk

Description

Are you looking for a brain-storm session for your creative business? Have you found yourself at a crossroads with your practice? Do you need a spark of inspiration or an action plan to take your work forward?

Book a place on our popular 1-hour advice sessions with a 30-minute follow-up call, please see below for information.

VENUE: Baltic 39 | 31-39 High Bridge | Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1EW 

DATE: 19 Wednesday, November 2019 

Book: £60 *

Visit our Eventbrite page for alternative dates: https://craftscouncil.eventbrite.co.uk 

*Discounts are available. Please email makerdev@craftscouncil.org.uk for relevant booking codes: 10% off for Crafts Council Directory members OR if you have booked a session within the last 6 months you are entitled to a repeat booker cost of £45

Why should you attend?

  • You will receive a bespoke advisory hour-long session with an experienced arts and business development advisor.
  • Tailored for you and fully confidential, this session will enable you to talk about your ideas or concerns about your creative practice.
  • You will go away with a set of action points to implement into your practice.

How it works:

  • You book a one-hour session with the advisor on the day and time indicated using our Eventbrite page.
  • You supply the advisor with information in advance (requirements indicated below)
  • The advisor will prepare for your session in advance by looking through details about your practice that you have provided and any issues you have raised in advance.
  • At the end of the session, you will be allocated a follow up, this takes place over the phone or via Skype and arranged at the time of your advice session.  

Who is advising?

  • Talent Development manager Katia Stewart, has over 10 years’ experience in working in the arts to support the business and creative development of artists and makers from amateurs to established professionals.
  • Crafts Council are the national organisation for craft and offer key advice to support artists, makers and designers in their business development.

    Please visit www.craftscouncil.org.uk for more information about Crafts Council